Practitioner Directory

Meet the compassionate practitioners guiding your healing journey.
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Dr Avi Sanders
Clinical Psychologist

Clinical psychologist helping individuals, couples and families to heal from anxiety and trauma using an eclectic and individualized approach that honors your individual needs and preferences.

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Dr Janina Scarlet
Psychologist, Author, & Creativity Coach

Dr. Janina Scarlet is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, author, and a creativity coach. A Ukrainian-born refugee, she survived Chernobyl radiation and persecution. She immigrated to the United States at the age of 12 with her family and later, inspired by the X-Men, developed Superhero Therapy to help patients with anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Dr. Scarlet is the recipient of the Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights Award by the United Nations Association for her work on Superhero Therapy. Her work has been featured on Yahoo, BBC, NPR, Sunday Times, CNN, CW, ABC, The New York Times, Forbes, and many other outlets. She regularly consults on books and television shows, including HBO’s The Young Justice. She was also interviewed for Marvel’s MPower series and was portrayed as a comic book character in Gail Simone’s Seven Days graphic novel. Dr. Scarlet is the Lead Trauma Specialist at the Trauma and PTSD Healing Center.

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Lisa Schlosberg, MSW
Trauma-Informed Health Coach

Lisa combines her expertise as a Social Worker (MSW), Certified Personal Trainer, Integrative Nutrition Holistic Health Coach, Yoga Teacher, and Public Speaker to help emotional eaters & chronic dieters around the world achieve mind-body-soul health and wholeness. Holistic healing techniques helped Lisa understand how her own lifelong “morbid obesity” and Irritable Bowl Syndrome were both physical symptoms of psychological stress, unexpressed emotion, and unprocessed trauma. Having lost and maintained 150 pounds for more than a decade by healing her relationship with food (through emotional healing, somatic experiencing, mindset shifts, and more), Lisa’s mission is now to help people around the world overcome similar struggles by supporting them through the process of healing so they can live a life they love in a healthy body they are worthy of embodying. She is passionate about helping her clients understand their individual relationships to food, eating, weight, and body image so they can give up dieting and self-loathing forever and become aligned with, attuned to, understanding of, and loving toward themselves throughout the lifelong process of growth, transformation, and evolution. Her 14-week group coaching program is a transformational experience designed to empower you with the skills, tools, education, and support you need to use your struggle with food & body as a path to mind-body-soul alignment so you can embody a life of freedom.

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Sara Schneider
Somatic IFS Practitioner

I hold space for you and your healing parts.
Utilizing Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Somatic based practices my intention is to welcome whatever is present with compassion and curiosity. I take a lean-in approach as opposed to a fixing approach. How can we hold space for all of you without trying to force anything. And realizing that everything we do has its own inner wisdom to learn from and support.
I hold dearly the mind-body connection in the healing process of both mental and physical ailments. As a Craniosacral Therapist, I understand that holding space for healing is not a mental practice, but a body practice.
It takes a village to heal a child.
May we have enough inner and outer resources to feel supported and nourished by as we heal the collective. Making space for that a new generation of inner children that will be overflowing with love and inner health.

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Megan Schnetzer
Somatic & Trauma Practitioner

Megan Schnetzer is a trauma survivor turned trauma trained somatic practitioner who works at the Healing Hub. She has training and certification in the following: Complex PTSD, Trauma & Resilience, Polyvagal Theory & Nervous System Regulation, Somatic Attachments, and Integrative Somatic Parts Work. She also works at a local University where she brings awareness to the need for trauma-informed approaches in schools and curricula. She is passionate about helping other people process their past trauma and hurt so that they can step into the beautiful future they deserve – a future where they are no longer just surviving… but thriving. She lives in Delaware with her husband, dog, and three kids. She loves spending time with her family, music, writing, and any activity that involves being outside! (feel free to take off the last sentence if it is too many characters)

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Maxi Schönteich
Trauma-Informed Pain Expert

Maxi Schönteich MOst, is an osteopath & functional medicine practitioner specialising in psychophysiological disorder and chronic pain. Her passion for mind-body interventions allow for a one-of-a-kind approach to helping patients relate to pain differenty, and move towards recovery. She lives in Hong Kong with her partner and her rescue dog. She loves nature, music, food, dancing, and time with her loved ones. She offers virtual and in-person 1:1 work.

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Julia Shneyderman
Coach & Somatic Practitioner

Julia is a life coach informed through the lenses of functional somatics, mindset coaching, and yoga. Her one-on-one work with clients facilitates transformation through the pathway of guiding individuals to deeper self love and self acceptance. Outside of her role as a coach, Julia serves as a dentist. She enjoys working with other healthcare professionals, as well as highly sensitive individuals, and those struggling with anxiety and perfectionism.

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